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10 thoughts on “Second In Command

  1. says:

    I have the feeling that this book could have been better solved.Emory is a social worker, in her mid late forties, who is too much self conscious about her physical appearance, which makes her reluctant to have a relationship So many doubts are caused by the way her previous sentimental relationship ended.Jazz is a police lieutenant, in her early thirties, with a childhood marked by having lost her parents and having to enter the adoption system, with very bad experiences, she was finally adopt I have the feeling that this book could have been better solved.Emory is a social worker, in her mid late forties, who is too much self conscious about her physical appearance, which makes her reluctant to have a relationship So many doubts are caused by the way her previous sentimental relationship ended.Jazz is a police lieutenant, in her early thirties, with a childhood marked by having lost her parents and having to enter the adoption system, with very bad experiences, she was finally adopted by a family that has loved and supported her, giving her the stability she needed But when it comes to romantic relationships, her moto is to have uncomplicated relationships.When Emory and Jazz meet, the perspective of a relationship seems to change them and their behavior becomes the opposite of their usual, especially Jazz Almost without having spoken two sentences with her, she begins to think about the happily ever after.Th...


  2. says:

    VK Powell is a very good writer You can t go wrong if you pick up one of her titles The relationships are always well crafted and usually the sex is pretty darn hot Also it s not just about the leads falling in love There s a plot too The only detraction for me here is the instalove It s interesting that there s an age gap and the one character feels she has an imperfect body, but still they fall in love almost the second they re meet Overall a satisfying lesfic title.ARC received for VK Powell is a very good writer You can t go ...


  3. says:

    When Lieutenant Jazz Perry met social worker Emory Blake there was an immediate connection Jazz was at a point in her life that she wanted that certain someone to share her life and have a family Emory, fourteen years older, suffered from self esteem and insecurity issues due to how a previous relationship ended.This was a major problem throughout the story Other issues dealt with were the potential privatization of CPS services, 11 year old Shea, a foster child, who was desperate to have a When Lieutenant Jazz Perry met social worker Emory Blake there was an immediate connection Jazz was at a point in her life that she wanted that certain someone to share her life and have a family Emory, fourteen years older, suffered from self esteem and insecurity issues due to h...


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    Police Lieutenant Jazz Perry finds a girl, Shea, wandering the streets of downtown while on patrol She and the kid bond because of the similarities of their circumstances Jazz s parents died and she was placed into the system She was finally placed for adoption after spending several years being shuffled through the foster care system On a personal level, she knows the lifestyle she s been in for a while is no longer working she wants a forever home with a woman whose name she knows and wh Police Lieutenant Jazz Perry finds a girl, Shea, wandering the streets of downtown while on patrol She and the kid bond because of the similarities of their circumstances Jazz s parents died and she was placed into the system She was finally placed for adoption after spending several years being shuffled through the foster care system On a personal level, she knows the lifestyle she s been in for a while is no longer working she wants a forever home with a woman whose name she knows and who wants the same thing.When she meets social work Emory Blake, Jazz comes up against a woman who is seemingly immune to her charms and who insists that Jazz, for whom the line between the rules and expediency are often blurred, follows the rules when it comes to Shea As they get to know each other, Jazz b...


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    This is the second book from Ms Powell s Fairview Station series and if you enjoyed reading her first book Captain s Choice I m sure this second offering Second in Command won t be a disappointment The Carlyle family have for many years been the place where children in foster care can find a safe loving home This is where Jazz Perry was placed when she was a young child after spending four years being moved from one place to another Jazz not only found a safe place to live but even bett This is the second book from Ms Powell s Fairview Station series and if you enjoyed reading her first book Captain s Choice I m sure this second offering Second in Command won t be a disappointment The Carlyle family have for many years been the place where children in foster care can find a safe loving home This is where Jazz Perry was placed when she was a young child after spending four years being moved from one place to another Jazz not only found a safe place to live but even better she was adopted by the Car...


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    ARC received via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.Cute Romance with some drama.Emory is a social worker who is self conscious of her appearance what I like about her character is she a bit like me when it comes to being self conscious about your appearance even though it was a bit repetitive.Jazz is a lieutenant who is adopted by a loving family She has a hard time letting love in when comes to relationship While on the job she find a young girl named Shea who...


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Second In Command download Second In Command , read online Second In Command , kindle ebook Second In Command , Second In Command 839e5da88a73 Lieutenant Jazz Perry Finds A Young Girl Wandering The Downtown Streets Alone Late At Night As The Child Becomes Attached To Her, Jazz Is Reminded Of Her Own Experiences In Foster Care And Takes A Personal Interest Even When She Knows She Should Maintain Professional Distance Social Worker Emory Blake Is Good At Her Job Helping Children In Challenging Situations She Believes In The System And Knows It Works If You Let It When Jazz Starts Interfering In The Case And Bypassing The Rules, Emory Is Torn Between Her Responsibilities And An Unwelcome Attraction She Can T Deny When On The Job Responsibilities Collide With Desires Of The Heart, Becoming Personally Involved Is The Only Choice.